Your starting point for a better separation.
The Separation Guide is your holistic guide to divorce and separation in Australia. We have helped thousands of people across the country to navigate their divorce or separation by educating, triaging and connecting through to a support network of legal, financial and wellbeing professionals. We assist you in finding out how to get started and where to go from here.
All our network members are committed to de-escalation and in family law, that can go a long way.
Take our quick, 5-minute Q&A now to access a free 30-minute consultation and unlock hours of free content, templates and checklists to guide you through your separation.
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How we help
There’s a better way to separate
The Separation Guide has helped thousands of Australians through their divorce or separation.
We believe in guiding couples to make their own decisions about what a fair outcome looks like — rather than letting a judge decide.
All from people you can trust
The Separation Guide has brought together a network of specialists who can guide you through the entire process. We connect you with the right people for your situation.
From Mediators, Lawyers and psychologists through to financial advisors, property consultants and accountants, our independent experts are committed to:
- demystifying the separation process
- fair and transparent fees
- the highest levels of professional conduct
- giving you more control over your own separation
- Court as a last resort.
We’re growing a network of advisors across Australia
Our network is committed to getting people through the maze as quickly and cost effectively as possible.
This driving purpose has helped many couples to reduce their separation costs, led to faster settlements, reduced stress and at the same time, is easing pressure on the Family Court system.
If you share our values, have a family law practice, accounting firm, financial services practice, or psychology practice, we’d like to hear from you.